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News

This section contains news items of interest to the neighborhood. If you have any news about the Oregon District you would like to report, send an email to news@oregondistrict.org.

Support relief efforts of Hurricane Katrina 8/31/2005
Dayton Mayor Rhine McLin is joining other national and local officials to urge citizens to support relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Katrina by making cash contributions. more
 
Park Manor Tree Removal 7/31/2005
You may have noticed that DMHA has removed several trees at Park Manor along Cass St. Thanks to the prompt action by Mike Martin, the work has stopped and a plan to replace them is in place. more
 
Changes to the OHDS Board of Trustees 9/11/2002
There have been some recent changes to the OHDS Board of Trustees. more
 
Thai Nine To Open Soon 7/9/2002
Thai Nine will soon begin renovations to the building in preparation for opening more
 
OHDS History Project Wins Arts Grant 5/29/2002
The OHDS was recently awarded a grant from the Montgomery County Arts and Culture District Special Projects Program for its video documentry project. Special thanks goes to John Bognar for all of his hard work on this project. more
 
Preservation Dayton Award 5/18/2002
Congratulations to Scott and Lynn McFarlane who have been awarded the Preservation Dayton Award. more
 
Construction Underway at 41 Hess St 2/21/2002
Construction of the new residence at 41 Hess St is moving quickly. Here are some photos taken by David Grahl. more
 
Pete Hoyer Earns Coach of the Year 12/12/2001
Oregon Resident Pete Hoyer earns his first Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year award for guiding the Dayton Flyers to their first-ever outright Atlantic 10 regular season title. more
 
New Playground Equipment 12/11/2001
The installation of the new playground equipment is nearing completion. Here are some pictures from the site. more
 
New Arrival 11/9/2001
Meet the Oregon District's newest neighbor, Lena Riley McFarlane. more
 
Market Will Get New Name, Location 11/7/2001
The Wegerzyn River Market will soon become the ?National City 2nd Street Public Market?. more
 
Letter From the President 11/2/2001
OHDS President Russ Gilmore presents a chronicle of events related to the playground equipment. more
 
Restaurant Showcases Dayton History 10/11/2001
Dayton's first Fuddrucker's Restaurant opened recently, which showcases a bit of our neighborhood's history. more
 
New Arrivals! 9/18/2001
Our newest two neighbors were born just 10 days apart. Meet them here. more
 
Demolition of Playground Equipment Begins 9/17/2001
Newcom Park - Demolition of the old playground equipment began on Monday in perparation for the new equipment to be installed. more
 
Four Benches and a Trash Can (so far) 9/8/2001
Thanks to the efforts of John Bognar, Tim Patterson and others, four of the new park benches, and one trash receptacle have been installed in Newcom Park. more
 
Newcom Park Lights to be Upgraded 8/7/2001
The City of Dayton has authorized funding of $27,000 to proceed with the lighting upgrade for Newcom Park more
 
Roadwork on Fifth Street Continues 7/3/2001
The City of Dayton will be replacing the sanitary sewer in East Fifth Street between Wynadot and Wayne over the next several months. more
 
Preservation Dayton Recognizes Oregon 7/2/2001
This year the Oregon Historic District was recognized by Preservation Dayton, Inc with three award winners at the annual May Historic Preservation Month recognition reception. more
 
Newcom Park Soon to Get Face-Lift 7/1/2001
The new playground equipment donated by the City of Dayton and the new trash receptacles and park benches have been ordered. more
 
Tree Falls in Newcom Park 6/5/2001
The tree adjacent to the swing sets in Newcom Park fell over last weekend, apparently under its own weight. more